Afternoon Tea served between 14:00 - 17:00
Grill Menu served between 17:30 - 21:30
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Lygon Arms Hotel - The Terrace & Lounges
Indulge & celebrate with a selection of seasonally themed afternoon teas throughout the year in the Lygon Terrace. Alternatively, The Veuve Clicquot Afternoon Tea is our premium option, using one of this country's most prestigious home grown vodkas. Featuring miniature cocktails & cakes, it's the perfect pairing for your memories and moments spent in the Cotswolds.
Our Lygon Terrace by night serves our Bar & Grill menu.
The grill offers a seasonal British menu that celebrates fantastic local ingredients in a relaxed yet imaginative way. The highest-quality produce is at the heart of all dishes, and has stemmed from friendly and sustainable relationships with Cotswolds suppliers, farmers and artisans to produce a varied menu for everyone.
The background music was rather invasive - too loud and for us rather out of keeping with the Lygon.
I came here for afternoon tea to celebrate my 30th birthday. My friends arrived earlier as they wanted to set up some gifts and balloons and the staff were more than accommodating. Throughout our time, the staff were appropriately attentive. The food was delicious and when I arrived home I couldn’t stop talking about my experience with you. Definitely look forward to returning in the future.
We had afternoon tea on Saturday. The food was very nice but the service wasn’t great, the staff themselves were good but only once you got served. It looked like they were short staffed as we had a table booked at 4pm and had to wait at the bar for 15 mins before anyone asked us if they could help and then waited another 45mins before the tea arrived at our table. A lot of disgruntled people waiting at the bar to be served and staff were running around like headless chickens. Totally ruined our experience.
Very friendly staff and so helpful, we had brunch which was outstanding, I’m looking forward to booking a room and stopping a weekend so that we can enjoy your lovely surroundings. Thank you again
Stunning location and beautiful building. Everything felt luxurious and the atmosphere was fabulous. Service was a little slow in the lounge but i think it was a little short staffed, all the staff present were great.
A lovely venue to take time out and relax in when visiting Broadway
Excellent afternoon tea to celebrate a special birthday.
I booked the Lygon due to it's reputation as the major Hotel in Broadway. I made the booking online and reading the introduction we were very excited, it was a special treat for my mum's 80th birthday while on a mini break in Broadway. We were seated in the Terrace area, which was empty but for one family when we arrived, it wasn't warm enough and had none of the atmosphere of the rest of the Lygon lounge areas have with roaring fires and hunting lodge appeal. We could have been anywhere in some mediocre hotel in the suburbs. We were seated in winged arm chairs which were too low for the table so I took some cushions from a nearby sofa to bolster our seats so we could eat in comfort. I ordered the lobster and cray fish salad and the tomato with mozzarella cheese pasta for my daughter who is 7yrs old from the childrens menu. My mother ordered the fish and chips. My salad came with no dressing, I called someone over and asked for mayo but the lobster had no flavour, the cray fish was watery. The salad beneath was all chopped up but there was so much onion in it, it overpowered the flavour of the dish. My daughter said her food tasted of metal, so I tried it and it was just like eating chopped tinned tomatoes on pasta with a little grated cheese through it. I called the waitress and she apologised and exchanged my daughters dish for a burger, however we had finished our food before it arrived. A few more people arrived to eat later but there was no ambiance, it felt functional. The adult dishes were £20 each and the child's main £10. Altogether this was very disappointing experience and for those prices you expect something palatable, even dare I say a little special. I would only go back to the Lygon for a drink in front of one of the many fires (if you can get a seat) but certainly not for a dining experience.
Delicious food. Great service. Love that dogs can be taken into the lounge which is a lovely place to eat.
It was a lovely experience and my mum thoroughly enjoyed it. Just a point, I booked on line for the afternoon tea which was £25 per head but when we arrived it was a festive afternoon tea at £30 per head, it would have been good to have been given the correct info on booking. Having said that, we would still have had the aft tea, it was delicious and we would love to visit again soon.
Absolutely dreadful service - with mains being brought as starters ... some mains not delivered at all,. Utterly shocked at how little training our waitress had - clearly out of her depth. I didn’t make a scene at the time as was with friends but I felt so disappointed that my ‘local’ had come up so short - after I had promoted you to our friends ... the food was bang average and the cost ridiculous.
A beautiful location and many differing eating options and areas. The dog friendly area was still plush and the service was unfussy yet attentive. Lovely bar meals and would definitely visit again.
A wonderful spot to spend a few hours during the festive season. Even though it was very busy, all the staff we came across went out of their way to be helpful and make sure we were comfortable and enjoying our afternoon tea. My guests really enjoyed themselves (and so did I). Thank you.
Very disappointing experience, while the Hotel is beautiful, the area we were allocated for the afternoon tea didn't feel warm at all, the service was really poor for an establishment of this standard, no one ever came to check if we wanted any more tea or drinks or food, we had to wait ages for the bill and they could not even retrieve our coats and we had to go and hunt for them . There is no tea choice, apparently only earl grey, breakfast or some fruity one, never heard of Darjeeling and so on. The sandwiches were nice and so the cakes but both the mince pie and scones were pretty bad, we had really high hopes as we usually go to another establishment in the area to have found a new place were we can continue our Christmas tradition of every year. We really feel cheated of our £180.00!!!
When it started to get busy the service really went downhill. We waited over 40 mins to have our plates taken away and asked if we wanted dessert. Then we were charged for drinks we didn’t have. Nice place, but during busy times more staff are needed
It was all fantastic, the food was amazing and the service was fantastic.
Pleasant venue for supper. Good service.
Great service and we were made to feel very relaxed. The waiter was very attentive checking we had enough cups of tea. The festive decorations were lovely!
The service was slow the sandwiches ok cakes poor we had chipped cups we had to keep getting up to get service , we asked for extra sandwiches for four people we were given four quarters between us ! We could not find anyone to top up tea or give us hot water ! The tea was tea bags with hardly any taste ! For £120 very poor so overall the worse afternoon tea ever had , this was a present for are daughter and first visit for her to Lygon arms !! Most disappointed
We think we missed out on promised mince pies in hindsight.
Wonderful afternoon tea, beautiful surroundings, very lovely staff Thank you
Lovely afternoon in the terrace lounge with family, great food, service and atmosphere. Would highly recommend. A bit expensive but worth it. The service charge was a bit of a shock. Would have preferred to have the choice rather than adding to the bill.
An amazing experience to celebrate a birthday! Fabulous food and service in beautiful surroundings.
A lovely place to stop off for brunch and champagne, service was impeccable, nothing to much trouble, so relaxed we stayed throughout lunch too.